The sulfur baths of Tbilisi are one of the most important sights of the capital, which have no analogues anywhere in the world.

An ancient legend tells how king Vakhtang Gorgasali, hunting in these places, discovered warm springs and decided to establish a city, which he named Tbilisi , which means warm in Georgian.

Round-the-clock work of the baths and single entrance price made it possible to enjoy the healing water as much as necessary.
A.S. Pushkin wrote: “I have never met anything more luxurious than the Tiflis baths, either in Russia or in Turkey.”

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